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    Quote Originally Posted by Soeren
    The only way to keep prices down is to buy alot development cheques at a time.
    Me too. I use Mai Color in Århus and buy 10 devs at the time for 440 kr ($80). Normal price for this would be 65 kr. ($12).

    I can't normally afford buying more at a time because paying for 25 or 50 devs will crack the budget.

    When I am having slides developed that I do not need fast I use Bingo Foto (who also does my negative color films). They charge 25 kr. ($4) for E6 (turn-around is 5 days as they don't do this themselves). Colour negative is 55 kr. ($9) for dev an printing in 4x6 inches.

    Which lab do you use, Søren?

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    Do you know the old Foto C ? The lab has been taken over by it's employees and they are doing the labwork for foto C. I.t quite cheap. They charge 45 kr for C41 and E6, 33 kr for B&W. As i remember turn-around is 2-3 days. The other lad is called Xposure (former Black&White) they are expensive and only reach reasonable prices when buying 50 at a time (43.75kr) Now that The "cheap" lab is up and running and when I have used my last dev (3 to go) I will be using Foto C more and probably try to get some rebate
    I have had some bad experience using Photocare (Gabs). They couldn't roll the films properly, they glued the film, and when they came back cut they were full of scratches
    Søren

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    What Aggie said.
    Claire (Ms Anne Thrope is in the darkroom)

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    Wow, this is an old thread that got resurrected. You Danes are lucky! The least expensive E6 processing I have access to costs about $7 per roll, unmounted. I have done E6 processing myself in the past but am moving toward more C-41 films and B&W.

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    Shameless plug for my favorite lab in Montreal, Dafo Eclair, which has an E6 2-3h turnaround time for a mere 6 CDN$ and they use a dip-and-dunk machine, so I could give them 127 film if I wanted. Actually, they're so kind that when I asked them if they can process that format, they brought me in the lab and showed me the machine, so I could ponder upon its adequacy to my request. Very cool.

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